Man held with detonators, fake currency
New Delhi: A man suspected of having links with the Maoists was arrested in the capital on Friday and detonators and fake Nepalese currency were found in his possession.
Loknath Panth, who is of Nepalese origin, was picked up from New Delhi Railway Station by Delhi Police, sources said.
As many as 498 non-electronic detonators were found in his possession, besides fake Nepalese currency.
Police said they are investigating if the man has any links with the Maoists.
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